United States of America
6.0 build 151275 (Jun 8, 2012)
Just to counter the no review of some g**, er, guy.
This is the finest drive/file recovery tool going.
Find a better one if you're gonna rate this one low. Or, didn't you have the cash to buy it?
4.0.1526 (Apr 24, 2012)
This is the old RAV antivirus.
It was the best then, and in its new incarnation, still the best.
Avast and AVG? Meh.
5.57a (Oct 29, 2011)
I myself have used this tool for literally years to backup to USB and to a NAS. I mirror what I backup and have vastly different schedules.
Never seen a failure.
5.56 (Oct 10, 2011)
You give a fine tool a 1 because it is not portable and does not claim to be portable? It also does not whittle, knit, nor cook dinner. Nor does it claim to.
What it does claim to do, it does extremely well. In fact, I have found no other tool that does all that this one does.
7.5.4 (Oct 8, 2011)
I have used this and LastPass for quite a while.
I find that RoboForm wins my usablility derby.
I do not like the new functionality of working with Windows apps, I just want something that remembers the multitude of website logins.
As for their promise to give lifetime updates?
I don't recall that, and to be fair, how do you expect a company to stay in business with that?
Buggy? I haven't had ANY problems with this app in years. You do have to wait a short time on occasion for this or that version of browser to be supported.
7.5.4 (Jan 5, 2011 - 11:31 PM)
" number of cell phone subscribers is 5 billion, according to the United Nations."
I find this figure extremely unlikely.
The population of the Earth is 6,891,722,845 (as of time of writing).
So, the VAST majority of the human species is a mobile subscriber?
Kinda detracts from the general "x-86 is SO dead" theme from there.
7.5.4 (Dec 20, 2010 - 10:48 PM)
Why yes, let's let business do what it wants with its capital. If you don't like it, start your own service.
There, I feel sillier now...
7.5.4 (Dec 20, 2010 - 12:15 AM)
The network runs fine when the external ISP connection goes down.
If your entire network drops, well, you'd not be using the cloud either.
Define network though. Large 500+ seats. Medium 100-500. Small 10-100.
A large network ought not to go down. If it did, there'd be new IT staff. Medium, same. Small. Now we are in the area where Bob from sales gets to be the computer guy in many companies. I support many small to medium companies. After we take the account and get things running smoothly, I have yet to see a network failure.
So, I'll bet on my LAN working over the Internet any day.
And so will my customers.
7.5.4 (Dec 18, 2010 - 11:07 PM)
"Don't most businesses already depend on persistent Net connections?"
No, most business rely upon Exchange, SQL, and a file server.
Remove their LAN and they will come to a stop. Remove their Internet connectivity and it's a problem for some.
7.5.4 (Dec 17, 2010 - 10:06 PM)
So, I should give up my system with MY storage and move into a rent-a-date?
Caps on internet usage are getting strict on smartphones, and rearing their ugly head for home subscribers.
I will not pay to store all my data. Not now, not later.
I have gigabytes of music and photos. At what cost in data transmission and storage? Per year, per month?
And, what, I'm going to stream or download my own data? Oh, there's the friendly ISP again.
Perhaps for someone who only (mostly) uses email and lives on Facebook. But for anyone who actually uses a computer I predict a fail.